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What is the difference between ahi tuna and regular tuna?

Asked: Alexandre Durocher, Last Updated:

In Hawaii, “ahi” refers to two species, the yellowfin tuna and the bigeye tuna. It has a slimmer profile than the bigeye tuna, with distinctive soft dorsal and anal fins and finlets are bright yellow. Smaller yellowfin are also called “shibi” in Hawaii. ...

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